Alexander Repenning | 11 Feb 23:05 2005
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Contribution: XMLisp 2.0

thanks for all the great feedback! Unfortunately  I did not have time 
to incorporate all the suggestions.

new version: 2.0: replaced fake MOP with real MOP; portable loader, 
compilable sexp+XML files; early LispWorks version

http://agentsheets.com/lisp/XMLisp/

_ about <XMLisp) __________

XMLisp is the integration of Lisp with XML. The Lisp Meta Object 
Protocol is used to establish a simple and highly efficient mapping 
between CLOS objects and the XML extensible markup language. It is not 
just an API to read XML files and turn them into some Lisp flavored 
representation. Instead, it integrates Lisp and XML into one 
environment at two levels. At a language level it allows the arbitrary 
combination of Lisp expressions and XML elements. CLOS objects can be 
printed as XML elements. XML elements evaluate into CLOS objects. At a 
tool level XMLisp allows users to fluidly experiment with XML. Type XML 
elements into the lisp listener. Evaluate complete or parts of 
hierarchical XML elements. Inspect complex XML elements using the 
inspector. Get support from symbol completion when editing XML.

  What's NEW?

2.0: replaced fake MOP with real MOP; portable loader, compilable 
sexp+XML files; early LispWorks version

  Download XMLisp 2.0 (for MCL 5, 5.1, LispWorks 4.3)

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